A collection of numbers and a name on a random group of seaside beach huts. Everyone of them was painted, or creosoted, black giving them a rather functional and business-like air. Certainly there weren't any of those rows of Farrow & Ball inspired gentrifying colours on the huts or even everybody staying in one palette of colour. Well there was if black counts for that description.
The random fading of the black wood preserver gave a well worn and well used effect a little like fisherman's huts, all business-like and functional. The big question is who is Dorabella? Two sisters, mother and daughter, a couple of mistresses? We'll never know will we.
There wasn't any sign of that wonderful hue Norfolk Bog Door Blue either but then I suppose that there wouldn't be in a sighting in Suffolk.